Long-time residents fondly recall the "Carnegie library" near the heart of downtown Mooresville, Indiana. There are probably a few residents who were alive when the library opened in 1916. For them, this was the first "true" library in town; however, Mooresville's library history extends back to the middle of the 19th century.
Click here to learn more about Mooresville Public Library's history.
We are proud to continue serving the residents of Mooresville and Brown Township, Morgan County, Indiana, and also the students enrolled in public and private schools in the areas served by the Mooresville Consolidated School Corporation. We are also pleased to serve Indiana residents whose "home" libraries are members of the Evergreen Indiana library consortium, or who have purchased public library access cards (PLACs) from the Indiana State Library (through our library). Worldwide patrons visiting our website or watching our YouTube videos or reading our blogs (see links at the bottom of this blog) or accessing our handouts are also much valued. In fact, if we can be of service to you, we will gladly assist. That's what public libraries have always done, and will continue to do, whenever possible.